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  1. Another stool (failure)

    First off I don't really like this stool - there's something wrong with the leg shape, and the blue dye thing that I keep trying, well, this isn't as bad as usual, but you heard it here first - I'm done with trying it anymore this year. As you can see, the dog didn't think much of it either, and...
  2. Charcuterie Boards - FAILED Design

    This is the project that led me to lumberjocks. Although it did not work out well for me I thought I would post it in hopes that others would learn from my mistakes and maybe save some time (and wood). My daughter in law came to me with some pictures of some very unique looking charcuterie...
  3. Kauri Clock

    Kauri Clock 380 mm in diameter finished with teak oil. Comments welcome.
  4. Plate cabinet

    There is a place in our kitchen intended for a smaller refrigerator than the one we currently have. The wife wanted something to fill that void and this was my solution.
  5. Hand Tools
    Hi everyone, So I built this bow saw last week. I was really happy with how it turned out. then I tried to use it. It was working alright until crack: (I didn't take a picture with actual crack so this will have to do) I've since filled the crack with glue and clamped it. It seems to be...
  6. Designing Woodworking Projects
    A few weeks ago, a friend asked/was convinced to let us build a bench/bookcase for her house. She really wanted something sturdy, and I originally planned to build it out of 2×4's. But lowe's has wide boards that are 3/4" thick. I really wanted to build it in this style...
  7. Blogs
    Walnut Wood - I just need to know... Does anyone else - when working with black walnut - think it smells delicious? I just want to eat it whenever I'm cutting it. I was recently cutting out a ball blank from a glue-up of walnut, maple, and wenge, the latter two of which don't really have a...
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  8. Blogs
    Wagon vise from scratch The bench I'm building is a small one due to very limited shop area (about 10 by 4 feet), so the top is 40" by 10" (laminated pine) plus tool tray (about 6" wide). As for vises after some considerations I decided to go for leg vise and the wagon vise. It took me a...
  9. Blogs
    "---more thoughts on, Wood Cognition" --by RusticWoodArt --more thoughts on, Wood Cognition ....and in this walking out the lay of land, I sat a while and took some thought, this tea of wood is quite the drink, all filled with herbs of heady moss…. --till in the sitting i soon was shown...
  10. Finishing
    Hi all, I keep attempting to make a beer mug and on my second attempt I got it completely turned and finished with beeswax. I then try the water test over night for 10 hrs just to make sure that it would hold. When I checked on it, this morning, I discovered I had created a modern art...
  11. Wood & Lumber
    I'm making a quick manger for our church out of scrap lumber. Found a piece of douglas fir from an old bed about 40 years old, cut it for a lap joint. Glued two faces, edge not end grain, Titebond II and clamped for an hour. After unclamping the parts practically fell apart. Tried it again...
  12. Woodworking Skill Share
    Gorilla Glue took a major hit in the shins recently with an article published in the Aug07 issue of Fine Woodworking magazine. Seems that "The Toughest Glue on Planet Earth" is not. Out of six various glues tested, Gorilla came in with a very poor last place. #1 was Titebond III followed by...
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